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Not About Nightingales premiered at the Alley Theatre in Houston, TX in June 1998 under the direction of Trevor Nunn.
THE VOICE OF THE LORELEIMRS. BRISTOLEVA CRANEJIM ALLISON (Canary Jim)BOSS WHALEN - the wardenJACK BRISTOL (Sailor Jack)SCHULTZ - a guardBUTCH O'FALLONTHE QUEENJOEMCBURNEY - a guardOLIVER ARMSTEAD (Ollie)SHAPIROJEREMY TROUT (Swifty)MEXKRAUSEALBERTSTOMCHAPLAINREVEREND HOOKERGOLDIECHICKGUARDS, CONVICTS, TROOPERS
"Enthralling...A feverish, full strength compassion for people in cages makes Nightingales fly toward a realm of pain and beauty that is the province of greatness...The emotions, both savage and painfully delicate, that saturate this work are arguably more rich and varied in tone than those of any American dramatist...The voices of Williams's entrapped nightingales...refuse to fade when the play is plunged into its concluding darkness." - The New York Times
"The best American play so far this season...It adds to the reputation of one of America's greatest playwrights." - The New York Daily News
"Fascinating." - The New York Post
"Changes our perception of a major writer and still packs a hefty political punch." - London Independent
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